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Book prices greatly vary from one online retailer to the next. Therefore it is best to compare book prices before you buy them online. With Bargain Book Mole, you can do this quickly and easily.

quick price check,

Bargain Book Mole is a quick price check add-on for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. After installing the add-on, whenever you open the purchasing webpage of a book, you will find a new yellow button on the page. Clicking on this button will expand it and the add-on will look up prices for that particular book on other stores. A complete price list will then be displayed to you within this yellow window. “Buy” buttons are also located in this window so you can quickly buy the book from the store offering the cheapest rates.

Demo video:

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Check out Bargain Book Mole @ www.bargainbookmole.org/download.php

  1. Winston Porter
    December 24, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    Thanks for being receptive. The whole Bargain Book Mole thing has been a bit frustrating. We definitely have the best tool out there for book price searches, but getting noticed, wow that's tough. Please ck it out and spread the word if you like it--which I feel confident you will. Everyone who downloads it thinks it's very cool.

  2. Winston Porter
    December 20, 2010 at 7:32 pm

    Glad to see this review/notice, but please note there is a real difference between the BargainBookMole and the other services you mentioned. It's true there are a number of other websites that search for the lowest priced books such as AddAll and Bookfinder [which are the best known], but they are WAY slower and they don't offer as much information (about book's condition and shipping pricing).

    also, no one else offers the instant pricing that comes from the BargainBookMole's add ons. BookInfoLine comes closest but a) you need to first download GreaseMonkey b) it doesn't offer information about the condition of the book's offered or the shipping cost.

    Last, no other book finding tool donates 5% of their affiliate fees to nonprofits like the BargainBookMole does.
    enjoy.
    :-)

  3. Tyler Garland
    December 19, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    Great resource for a college student! :)

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